Syria has now entered its sixth year of civil war, it is now the deadliest conflict of the past decade with over 500,000 killed. As the ruling family of dictator Bashar al-Assad now struggles to control less than 80% of the country’s territory, Syria is now fragmented into numerous localized areas with dozens of armed groups competing for control of territory. As the global coalition to fight ISIS continues lays siege to the terror group’s capital in the eastern town of Raqqa, the conflict rages with more than half a million killed, and like Afghanistan and Iraq, most of those killed are civilians.

Below are findings on conflict termination in Syria and Iraq.

Project Endgame Factors for Conflict Termination in Syria and Iraq

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